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photo of the Midwest Outdoor Experience 2012 stage

Dayton Music Fest 2013 logoWYSO NPRWe are excited to partner with the 91.3 WYSO Public Radio for the Miami Valley and Dayton Music Fest this year to bring some of the best musicians in our region to Midwest Outdoor Experience. The Friday night lineup is brought to you by 91.3 WYSO and we are a proud host site for Dayton Music Fest on Saturday. The region is rich in talented musicians and amazing outdoor recreation amenities making this a perfect partnership. Great music meets the great outdoors with the Dayton Music Fest at Midwest Outdoor Experience. For a complete Dayton Music Fest schedule visit

91.3 WYSO presents

Friday, October 4
6 pm - 6:30 pm Della Jerkan & Zachary Sullivan
6:45 pm - 8:15 pm photo of Jah SolJah Sol
With their combination of not only reggae, but soul, funk and disco, Jah Sol supplies the good times with their music. The eight member band gets the party going.
8:30-10 pm photo of William the AccountantWilliam the Accountant
Formed in 2009 in Columbus, Ohio, William The Accountant composes a musical playground of late 70's new wave, Brazilian samba and New Orleans second line that defiantly incites activity and impulse.

Dayton Music Fest presents

Saturday, October 5
11 am photo of Josh Eagle and the Harvest CityJosh Eagle
This Cincinnati coffee-house regular shares personal, soft, longing, winged Folk. Eagle's gripping voice, touching finger picking and bleeding harmonicas snatch you up like the raw, intimate music of Ray Lamontagne. Soothing and originally raspy, songs hurt and heal, gliding into calmness.
Noon photo of Good EnglishGood English
Good English is a three-sister rock band from Dayton, OH whose musical style is reflective of the indie, roots, blues, and folk rock that has influenced its members. Running counter to the usual young, girl-band stereotypes, the band's authentic instrumentation and rich vocals proves their budding talent as musicians, while their original songwriting and irresistible grace and beauty makes them a powerfully appealing package. They know how to rock, and they carry themselves with a sense of poise and style that is well beyond their years.
1 pm photo of Meghna & the MajorityMeghna & the Majority
Singer/songwriter Meghna Mahambrey first stepped on stage for a solo performance in her elementary school musical. She went on to cover the hits of Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston and Etta James in her middle and high school talent shows. In college, she recorded an R&B/pop album; in graduate school, she recorded an acoustic/folk album. In December 2012, alongside her career in education, she released a jazzy, singer-songwriter album and formed her new band, Meghna & the Majority. With her soulful, seasoned voice, she sings – not for the fame, not for the fortune. She sings because she has a song.
2 pm photo of Kris N.Kris N
With his second release and first full-length, "Lo-Fi Movement", Dayton-based Kris N. has made a great pop record. Marked by strong melodies and lyrics that explore the place he is in and his life as a husband and father.
3 pm photo of Jah SolJah Sol
With their combination of not only reggae, but soul, funk and disco, Jah Sol supplies the good times with their music. The eight member band gets the party going.
4 pm photo of Ricky TerrellStarving in the Belly of the Whale
Starving in the Belly of the Whale is the music of Ricky Terrell. Terrell is accompanied by a changing cast of musicians on each album to capture a unique, desired sound.
5 pm photo of The Repeating ArmsThe Repeating Arms
Max Nunery plays banjo, guitar, lap steel and sings back-up. Harold Hensley plays acoustic guitar and sings. Chip Pritchard plays upright bass and sings back-up vocals. Brian Spirk plays mandolin and fiddle.
6 pm photo of New VegaNew Vega
The Southern Ohio four piece New Vega brims with vibrant hooks and aching melodies. Their debut album Tempo has captured the attention of major festivals and media outlets.
7 pm photo of PUBLICPUBLIC
Cincinnati's PUBLIC (formerly known as "crown") is comprised of three friends who wish to always be allowed to dance, yell, and have fun with their music as long as inhumanly possible. This up and coming band's sound is a combo of punk pop, dance and indie rock.


2013 Midwest Outdoor Experience MapDETAILS/LOCATION
Oct 4-5, 2013
Eastwood MetroPark
1385 Harshman Road,
Dayton Ohio 45431
2013 Main Sponsors
Wagner Subaru   Zukes
Great Lakes   Yakima
REI   True Heights Outfitters
Bonbright   Ruffwear
Subway Fresh Fit   Liberty Mutual Insurance
Mad River Mountain   Eddie Bauer
Vibram   IMBA
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